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Running with the Bulls :

Every year from July 7th-14th thousands pack into Pamplona to start Spain’s most famous bull-running fiesta to honor Navarre capital’s patron saint, San Fermin. Spain stages more than 3,000 fiestas (festivals) each year but the 7 days of bull running are the favorite in terms of spectacle and excitement.

After the daybreak of July 7th, runners gather at the bottom of Santo Domingo, which is the starting line. They crowd together and sing to the image of San Fermin, which is placed in a niche on a wall. The song goes: “A San Fermin pedimos, por ser nuestro patron, nos guie en el encierro dandonos su bendicion” (“We ask San Fermin, as our Patron, to guide us through the Bull Run and give us his blessing.”)Then, as a rocket goes off, a number of fighting bulls are let out onto the streets. A second rocket is then let off to make sure everyone knows the bulls are loose in the street. The bulls run along the narrow street 825 meters (half a mile) to a bullring. The runners dash along in front of the bulls, aiming to feci the breath of the bull on their backs, getting as close as possible – all whilst trying to avoid getting gored by their sharp horns. The supposed way to do this is to start off slowly when the bulls arc quite a distance behind. Then as they get nearer start running like hell! You can then go near them for a short time, as near as you are prepared to risk it, and then quickly get out of the way. Runners look for a gap in the fence to slip through or jump over, or a space against the wall of the street. It’s a lot like running in front of American housewives at an all-you-can-eat buffet.

When the bulls finally reach the end of the street, they go into pens and are kept until later that day they are killed in a bullfight. Every year a few drunks get gored by the bulls, it seems for some reason they forget that a 1500 pound animal that can run twice as fast as a human may present a challenge when he wants to pass you.

The technique we recommend is to view the action from above the streets, leaning out of a 2nd floor window. Below you on her knees should be a hot little Madrid Chica about to be gored by you. In honor of the bulls, sing some drunken gibberish songs during the action.

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